Emeritus Professor of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

David Dill’s research examines the design and impacts of policies for academic quality and university research. He has explored the influence of norms and values on academic conduct: the ethical dimensions of teaching, the academic culture of universities, the effects of market forces. He has published comparative analyses of national policies, been an assessor of academic quality assurance in numerous countries, and advised policymakers in Asia, northern Europe, and the US.

Experience

  • –present
    Emeritus Professor of Public Policy, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill